Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 19, 1973 · Page 16
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I 'A 16 Salesburg Reaister-Mail, Galesburg, 111, Tuesday, June 19, 1973 •No Support for Odo r Charge Is Found BOSKNBLL — Complaints of dtewsive odors In the west find South sections of Bushnell appassfttly were unfounded, icedfdlng to a written report presented Monday night to the City Council. Police Chief M Sutcr and Aid. Howard Mathewson last week inspected Oscar Mayer • Stockyards, Heinold Hog Market, the city sewer disposal . plant and a cattle feed lot. ; Both said they noted very lit— ; tie odor at any of the locations ' in their report to the council. ! Based on this, Mayor Har[ old Pitch said no further ac• tion would be taken. ; With council approval, Fitch "appointed aldermen Gaylord McCance, George Bucher and •Marshall Buchen to serve on •an advisory committee to assist the mayor in his duties as liquor commissioner. City My. Gordon Hunt will be directed to update the city code ,to comply with the new state liquor laws which will provide for the sale of beer and wine •to 19-year-olds. '. BURLINGTON Road Build- .ers, Carthage, was awarded ;a $3,204 contract to resurface 22 blocks of city streets. The street and alley committee recommended that the contract be awarded to the Oaf- thage firm. Fitch noted that only city officials attended last Tuesday's hearing on the city's sewer project. The mayor said that at last report Bushnell was 4Gfch on the list in priority lor state funds. However, Fitch said he thinks the city's position has since improved. The mayor reported that he has been elected chairman of the Municipal Association of the Central Region and added that the next meeting of the group will be Sept. 19 in Bush* nell. A short memorial service was conducted before the meeting for Bushnell Policeman diaries Ogle who was killed recently in a plane crash. The Bushnell-Prairie City High School FFA Chapter was recognized as one of the 13 gold emblem chapters in the state during the recent FFA state convention at Champaign. A total of 420 chapters competed for the honor. Twelve local members at­ tended the convention. Delbert Emory, chapter president, and Greg Pen&igner, vice president were the offi* rial delegates. Alternate dele* gates were Rick Ferguson, the secretary and Ken Sorrells, sentinel. » Ed Barker and Robert Hinchee served three sessions as members of the stage crew while Darcy Kessler, Ken Curtis and Sorrells served as ushers. Richard Jenkins, chapter adviser, was the head coordinator of the usher corps and stage crew. M. B. Galloway celebrated his 91st birthday Saturday. Present were his son, Gerald Galloway. Normal; Leon Preston, Smifchfield; Mike Mulchy, Mrs. Lorena Swift and children, a\l of Schaumberg; Mrs. Lois French and chil- BUSHNELL MllS. JAY CLEMENS CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 560 W. Hurst St. Phone ??2*2240 dren, Ottawa, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murray and sons, Brookfield, and Mrs. Lula Doan, Bushnell. GALLOWAY received 91 cards and 10 telephone calls. He also received word of the birth of a great-granddaughter, Margaret, Pasadena, Calif. Darrell A. Moody, 20, of near Smiithshire, received moderate injuries following an accident Monday at 7 a.m. four miles southeast of Kirkwood. He was taken to Mon­ mouth Community Memorial Hospital. State police said Moody was driving a jeep cW a gravel road when it hit chuck holes on a bridge. The vehicle slid sideways, went into tf ditch, through a fence and tolled over several times. The jeep came to rest in an upright position in a field, authorities said. Moody was charged with driving too fast\for conditions and failing to notify the secretary of state of a change of address. 232Si *)KoJ#L<Jt MOONLIGHT MADNESS JUNIOR PANTS Cotton knits, polyesters .. . Solids & patterns Sizes 3-13 Vi OFF MISSES PANTS Polyester pull-on pants in a large variety of colors. Sizes 8-18 Vi OFF TOPS Short sleeve body shirts S-M-L Blazer jackets _ sizes 5-15 Vi OFF SHORTS Polyester Bermuda Shorts Sizes 8-18 5 colors Vi OFF JACKETS Nylon windbreakers, safari jackets large selection in sizes S-M-L. Vx OFF Rodeo Winners Darrel Leafgreen, Rio, sits atop the mini- bike he won Sunday at the Cosmopolitan Mini-Bike Rodeo held at the Knox County Fairgrounds, Knoxville. Other winners in the event, sponsored by the Gaiesburg Cosmopolitan Club, were from left, Brian Eklund, Gaiesburg, senior division flag race winner; Kert Scalf, Abingdon, junior division slowpoke race; Claig Johnson, Cameron, senior division slowpoke winner; Jim Thurman, Gaiesburg, senior division barrel race; Nat Lansing, Rio, junior division flag race; and Jody Stites, Henry, junior division barrel race winner. X-Book Stores Get Green Light LOS ANGELES (UPir - A book store, even one specializing in erotica, is not subject to the Red Light Abatement Act of 1913, a judge ruled Monday. Judge Charles S. Vogel dismissed four civil suits brought by the district attorney's office 'against adult book stores and movie arcades. The district attorney's office argued that the book stores were places of lewdness and therefore violated a law forbid ding houses of prostitution and 'lewdness." The judge agreed with defense arguments that the law had never been given such meaning, and that dosing the shops would be prior restrain on publications, in violation o: 480th Victim Of Golden Gate SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) - A 28-year-old man plunged to his death from the Golden Gate Bridge Monday, becoming the 480th known victim of the span since it was opened in 1937. Marin County Coroner's deputies said he jumped or fell and landed on the ground under the north end of the bridge. His identity was withheld until notification of relatives. Bottomless Girls Banned by Board SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) It's cover-up time for the bottomless dancers at North Beach's nightclubs. The Board of Supervisors Monday approved an ordinance banning such entertainment where alcoholic beverages and food are served. The girls, however, will still be able to shake it up on the stage with their breasts bared. The only stipulation is that they stay six feet away from oglers constitutional guarantees freedom of expression. of IT HAPPENS WEDNESDAY 9:00 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. MOONLIGHT MADNESS Moonlight Dress & Sport Shirts Mens long sleeves dress & sport shirts. There are more styles, 8 button fronts, full & tapered cuts, sizes from 14 /2 -32 to 17-34 Reg. 8.75 to 12.50 for Wednesday Only for $' i00 Moonlight Nylon Jacket Mens golf jackets ,sizes S, M, L, XL. Fine selection of colors $£88 Reg. from 12.00 to 15.00 for Wednesday Only IDTHING Traditionally the finest for men downtown gaiesburg MOONLIGHT MADNESS SPECIAL VALUES GOOD THRU SATURDAY OR WHILE QUANITIES LAST 4-Pc. LUDWIG DRUM SET $459.00 $OQQ00 Value OOO ELECTRIC 1 GUITAR and FENDER AMP $149.00 $0050 value Special Factory Purchase The Entertainer With Magic Chord. $1OAC00 $1495.00 Value. Only 3 Left At 1Z 93 STUDENT MODEL FOLK GUITAR $44.95 $0000 Value- _ __ USED LUDWIG SNARE DRUM and Case— BALDWIN SPINET ORGAN The New Interlude With Rhythm. $OHA00 Was $99500. 1 Demo Model At QtJU ALL GUITAR STRAPS Valuet To S099 $4.95 *X USED - I HAMMOND SPINET ORGAN $ 995 00 BALDWIN SPINET PIANO Beautiful Walnut Cabinet, In Italian $1 AQftQOl Provincial Styling. Was $1376.00 lUvU 1 323 E. MAIN — PH. 343-6914 City Council Adopts Uses For V.S. Aid TOULON - The TouloA Oty Council, at a meeting June 11, voted ltd divide the city's federal revenue sharing funds between public safety 'and city disposal plant improvements. Council members agreed to spend $2,411 for varfous projects including sidewalk repairs, and spend the same on disposal plant improvements. In other action, *He douncil voted to raise garbage collection rates for residences to $2.-55 a month and for business to $24 a month for weekly service and $35 for bi-weekly service. The council agreed that.dur­ ing clean-up week — June 1&>23 — refuse will be collected, on streets south of Main Street June 22 and 23, and north of Marin Street June 18 and 20. Approval was given for a 6V* per cent raise for city employes. The oath of office was* given to Milan Dexter, Third Ward alderman, and Muriel Briner, city clerk, who were absent at the previous meeting. A bequest of $500. from the estate of Clyde L. Miller,was ac j cepted and earmarked for improvements at Toulon Cemetery. The city also received a $22 gift from the African Violet Club, which will be used to defray the cost of planting trees along the new sidewalk on Main Street. The council approved the annual appropriation ordinance and annexation of property in Section 24, Goshen Township. , James A. Rennick, city attorney, reported On the Municipal Attorneys' League conference at Arlington Heights, and a reminder was issued to Toulon residents of the 10 p.m. curfew in effect through Aug. 31. Galva MRS. SUSAN HEPNER CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 24 NE Third Ave. < Phorie mum Summer Reading Program Attracts Over 50 Youths OALVA-More than 50 children registered during the •first week of the children's summer reading program at . Galva Public library which •began June 11. "Discovering ihts USA With Snoopy" is the title of the summer .program and is carried out through posters and a reading scale at the children's section of the library. More than 200 books were circulated, the first day of the program. . A contract for one year was approved by members of Lo­ cal 8087 of the United Steet- workers Union In a vote Sunday. The aigjreeirrtettt With tha Galva Foundry Co. was reached after a week of itegotia- itfons. Miss Marilyn Jones, Flthi- an, III., was recently appointed Henry County extension adviser in homo economics. Miss 1 Jones is a graduate oi Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, with a bachelor of science, degree in home economics education. She has recently beserr teaching home economies at East Park Junior High School, DanvHiIe. Miss Jones is filling the position vacated in January after the resignation of Miss Jean Hoppe. The flowering peach does not bear fruit, although it was developed from the common peach .tree, which came from China. cum On Insurance (ALL AN EXPERT 342-3414 Your Independent Agent HUFF IIUl I insurance 407 Hill Arcade Gaiesburg, III. Fabric Shop 331-337 E. MAIN ST. GALES BURG, ILL. AXE HHHI Sewing Mode! #4i Machine With Triple Stretch Stitch Console reg. $239.00 |59^ Portable reg. $204.45 |29^ The new triple stretch is great for knit and polyester fabrics. And check all the things this machine can do for you; sews on buttons, monograms, appliques, overcasts, darns, mends and sews over pins. Console model is housed in lovely walnut, finished hardwood cabinet, Portable model comes complete with case. Can't come in? Phone 343-8312 for home demonstration. Repairs and service on most makes and models. Financing available. Expert personnel on hand for demonstration. Galesburg's Qnly Exclusive White/Elna Franchise Dealership STORE HOURS: Doily 9 AM-5 PM Mon. & Fri. 9 AM-9 PM

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